- Despite being only 20, a set of Nigerian triplets have carved a niche for themselves in the world of modelling
- They recently explained why they are always seen putting on the same clothes
- The triplets who lost their dad when they were aged 2 also spoke on circumstances surrounding their birth
Tomisin, Toni and Deleshafa are Nigerian ladies that have become social media sensations not only because they are triplets, but their occupation and style are unique things to note.
The 20-year-olds are doing well for themselves as models. However, their mum wasn't expecting to birth triplets when she was pregnant with them.
In a recent interview with BBC News Pidgin, Tomisin, who claimed to be the eldest, said their mum was told by doctors that she was with only one child at that time. On another hospital visit, they backtracked, saying that the pregnancy was actually a twin.
According to Tomisin, the last of the triplets, Deleshafa, was miraculously discovered at the point they were about to close up the mother's womb during the delivery of the twin.
On why they always rock the same outfits, the beauts stated that they took to it upon realization that it was profitable as people do appreciate them by offering money.
While expressing their undying love for each other, the triplet from a family of five said they lost their dad at age 2 and were consequently raised by their mother.
The fashionistas who are known to cause a stir online and on the street said they recently gained admission into the same university and intend to stay together.
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a Nigerian man who had turned model from sleeping under the bridge became an internet sensation.
Recall that Ali's life took a new turn when he had a chance to meet with a Lagos-based photographer. Known as Afolabi Lagos, the creative left social media users stunned after he narrated his encounter with Ali and how he agreed to model for a shoot.
Afolabi revealed that while waiting for his model to show up for a shoot, he found Ali sleeping under a bridge and decided to get him to model instead.
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